Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended (including all programs completed, attempted, or in progress) are required for the application. Documents presented must be in English, and certified English translations are required for all international documentation written in a language other than English. BME does not recommend translators, but the translator must be certified. Translations do not replace original documentation. Both the original documents and translations must be submitted together. Unofficial prints are not accepted. University of Toronto students must also submit official transcripts purchased from the Transcript Centre for consideration.
Paper transcripts (not required)
Only successful applicants are required to send a hard copies of their physical transcripts to our office by mail.
Digital transcripts (required for all applicants)
Official electronic transcripts (eTranscripts) should be uploaded directly to the online application. If the undergraduate/issuing institution(s) do(es) not provide eTranscripts, then acquire the official documents and scan them to create digital copies using the following scanning parameters: grayscale at the lowest dots-per-inch setting (typically 72 dpi). If you attended more than one institution, please merge all transcripts into a single pdf document and upload the bundle as one file. Similarly, English translations (if applicable) should be bundled with official transcripts. The full transcript together with a transcript legend must be clearly visible as a pdf file for each institution you have attended.
- Only upload official transcripts from the institution(s) that you attended because documents from external credential evaluation services (such as World Education Services) are not accepted as substitutes for your official transcript(s).